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What can Barnes & Noble do?

Yesterday, I stopped by the flagship Barnes & Noble store in New York on Union Square.  Several features distinguish this store, including its spacious layout coupled with multiple floors, an authors series with some of the best known American writers, and from what I understand to be a rather unique store discretion to choose more [...]

The Books Business Is Bigger Than the Film Business

That and numerous other interesting facts are available in this NYRB article about the iPad and the future of publishing, wherein it is noted that Mr. Steve Jobs ate a little humble pie when he decided to get in on ebooks. After all, this was the same Jobs who declared not so long ago when the Kindle came out . . .

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